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Syu is well-known as the guitarist of Galneryus. While in the 4th grade of elementary school, he listened to X-Japan and got interested in playing the drums. Once he was a drummer of the band, Cross-Large. But soon he realised the guitar would be a better instrument for him and he became a guitarist. Syu played the violin for 6 years.
Valkyr[ edit ] Syu joined visual kei band Valkyr in August , nearly a year later they released their first demo tape, titled "Love of Insanity".
In August , they released a "making of" VHS. In they finally released their first single, "Batta". After releasing 5 demos, a single and a VHS, the band broke up on April 24, Main article: Galneryus During his time with Valkyr he also formed the band Galneryus , which was a power metal band that he started with famous singer Yama-B. He started this band whilst he was living in Kujo, Osaka and heard him singing on the radio.
Then they began working together as they were from the same area and made Galneryus. They went on to release a 2-track demo titled "United Flag".
After playing live for a long time, they went back to record their second EP Rebel Flag with the independent label Iron Shock, with Yoshinori Kataoka on keyboards replacing A. They released their next album, Advance to the Fall, in They then released their third album Beyond the End of Despair In they released their fifth album, Reincarnation, this would be the last album with Yama-B on vocals, as he decided to leave.
He was replaced by Masatoshi "Sho" Ono and in they released their sixth full-length album, aptly titled Resurrection.
Spinalcord[ edit ] While he was still in the early days with Galneryus, Syu started another side project, with former fellow Valkyr member Kyoichi, called Aushvitz in , in which he plays guitar and also does the main vocals. The former is concerned with the environment of houses of living people and the latter focuses on the environment of burial sites.
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